Your Okra is just beautiful! Looks like you are getting a good harvest from your pot's. You are such a good gardener! Thanks for sharing and you have a wonderful week!Miz Helen
What healthy okra plants you have there. I had tried planting some in pots but I don't know most of it died after few weeks. I thought plant like this won't grow much in a pot but you suddenly changed my view about it. Thanks! Now I have the spirit to plant some vegies in pots.
Hi Miz Helen,Thank you for visiting! Hi I Wong,I have six plants of okra, that is not much considering the number of plants! Good luck with your okra!
You steamed the whole thing? I normally cut in small slices and fry it with ikan bilis. One plant only produce a few okra. To have enough veggie to eat, we really need to grow a lot of each.
Very nice plants for container grown. Looks like a really nice harvest coming in.Cher Sunray Gardens
They are such beautiful plants! I can't wait to grow red okra this spring although I haven't found anywhere that sells seeds yet!
Oh the red okra is beautiful.. I've actually never seen red okra before! :)
Your Bendi look good. As always Bendi is very productive... ever ready for good harvest!
The read okra so nice! Never seen it before. Ladies finger is always my favorite ;) Happy gardening ;)
That's handful of harvest! I love bendi!
Very pretty! And I am sure they tasted really sweet. I have some seeds of the red type. Haven't sow them yet ;-)
Do you think there is any difference in taste between the types?
Steamed okra and cicah with sambal belacan sedap! Wah your bendi look so healthy and productive. Look like you have less item in your grocery list now which is good. I only have frozen bendi at the moment.
You have a good harvest of okras. I have both colours too.
The same sweet taste for both?
My mother always fed us okra when we were small, but it was the green variety. Ihave never seen the red variety until now - thank you so much for sharing. I really mean it. Its amazing to see.
Okra looks wonderful, fresh and crispy. I love gardening. I do not have big yard but some space so I manage betn container and lil yard.
These are so beautiful, I have never grown okra...will have to see if they would work in my area :)
Wow your okra looks amazing. I planted some but only one is growing! We had a very wet spring and I didn't do too well with a lot of things I planted. Most of my tomatoes are still not ripen. I'm sorry to hear about your carrots not being successful. I've been so busy since we moved that I find it hard to find time to blog. Hope you have a great week!